The license renewal deadline for Illinois leasing agents is July 31. The Illinois REALTORS® Licensing & Training Center has the information you need to know about continuing education requirements, the steps for the renewal process and more. Learn more at http://www.illinoisrealtor.org/leasingagentrenewal.
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The Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation is now providing an electronic alternative to the customary paper license pocket card. Licensees may carry their license cards in their smartphones or tablets instead of keeping a paper copy.
To access the electronic license pocket card, licensees should use their device to go to www.idfpr.com/GetMyLicense and enter the appropriate license number and either the Access ID or the last four digits of the licensee’s social security number and date of birth.
Under the Actions column, licensees should click View/Print License and save the pocket card license to the smartphone or tablet as a pdf. If the device does not have the capacity to save the file as a pdf, licensees may also take a screenshot and store it to the device as a photo. Visit the Electronic Pocket Card Overview page on IDFPR’s website for detailed instructions.
Illinois REALTORS® who want to understand commercial real estate development better can register for the CCIM Institute’s July class, “Introduction to Development Workshop,” in downtown Chicago.
The July 14-16 course will be offered to REALTORS® for $1,135, and will be held at the Levine Learning Center, 430 N. Michigan Ave., 8th Floor.
The course is part of the CCIM Development Specialty Track, which provides real estate developers, investors and consultants with an understanding of the resources and business practices required for successful development projects. The program is based on the Real Estate Development Matrix put together at the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School.
The course is scheduled to start at 8:30 a.m. each day. For more details, go to this site.